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base the number in an exponential expression that is multiplied by itself
common factor a common factor of two or more numbers is a number that is a factor of all the number
common multiple a common multiple of a set of numbers is a multiple of all numbers
composite number a whole number greater then 1 with more then two factors
exponents a symbol written above and to the right of a quantity that tells how many times the quantity is multiplied by itself
factor a factor of a whole number is another whole number that divides into it without a remainder
factor pair a factor pair for a number is two factors whose product equals that number
greatest common factor the GCF of two or more numbers is the greatest of their common factors
least common multiple the lcm of two or more numbers is the smallest of their common multiples
multiple a multiple of a whole number is the product of that number and another whole number
order of operations a convention for reading and evaluating expressions
power a number that is written using an exponent
prime factorization the prime factorization of a composite number shows that numbers written as a product of prime numbers
prime number a whole greater than 1 with two factors: itself and 1
product law of exponents law that states when the base of two factors are the same, the power of their product is the sum of their exponents
relatively prime two or more numbers are relatively prime if their only common factor is 1
Created by: jeb98